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Renton and Lindbergh faced off Tuesday for the final regular season match.…
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Girls lose first game of 2017 64-29 to Mercer Island
Lindbergh and Hazen wrestlers competed in the Doc Herren Invite at Auburn High Dec. 30-31.
LHS wrestling placed fifth and RHS took 10th at the fourth annual Invitational.
Highlanders open dual meet schedule this week
Liberty 45, Granite Falls 44
Liberty falls to 0-1 with loss to Juanita
Both schools had standouts in their first year in a new league
Wolverines aerial assault and tight defense proved too much for the Patriots.
Patriots take on Archbishop Murphy in a battle of the undefeated teams at 1 p.m. in Tacoma.
The Hazen Girls Cross Country Team placed first among the district’s teams with a combined 3.8 GPA.
Players and experts discuss safety during November forum
Patriots beat Ellensburg 35-26 Saturday for shot at state title.
Several Highlanders excel in new sports league.
Liberty now plays Ellensburg at 1 p.m. Saturday at Zaepfel Stadium in Yakima.
Winner advances to state semifinal game.
Abby Russell and Belle Wong bring home individual titles.
Former Thomas Jefferson coach Kyle Templeton excited to get going
Kicker’s two field goals the differnce in Patriots 20-13 playoff win.
Three individual swimmers headed to states
Lindbergh, Liberty, Hazen and Renton cross country runners placed in state meet past weekend.
Hazen finished the year 8-8-2 overall.
The Patriots stay undefeated and move on to the state tournament with win over Blaine.
Chen and Marcus Lee placed second in the West Central District 4A doubles tournament.
Hazen girls soccer rallied to force an overtime and penalty kicky to keep 2016 campaign alive.
LHS lost this past weekend 31-19, but the real test comes at the start of the District 3 tournament.
The Lindbergh football team fell to Orting this past weekend 31-19, but the real test comes this Saturday when the Eagles travel to River Ridge for the beginning of the District 3 tournament.
Lindbergh swimmers complete perfect season with SPSL title
The Renton Indians finished fifth in the meet with 91 points.
Hazen will open the postseason against Emerald Ridge, who finished with an overall record of 6-7-3 in the SPSL 4A league.
When the season ended last week, the young Eagles team was not only on the top of the league standings, but were undefeated, posting a perfect 14-0 on the year.
Despite a tough first half of the season, the Hazen girls soccer team on Tuesday secured a spot in this year’s postseason with a 2-1 win over Kentlake.
Renton’s Royal Dotson-Goode reportedly ran for two touchdowns and threw for another in the win.
Hazen is now 2-6 overall and 1-5 in the North Puget Sound League. They play at Tahmoa on Friday in their final regular season game.